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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895060401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. y -- f - rrfsmfrwy3""" 'w X Semi Weekly Interior Journal 'VOL. XXIII. CRAB ORCHA RD. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTS. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 4. 1895. has returned from a short stay in Mt. OF A LOCAL NO. 28 HUSTONVILLE. first heard. Two lots were sold last week by MasWalter, the son V. W. Thompeon, of ter Commissioner J. W. Miller, one in Woodstock, ato wild pamnips for angelDavistown for $100 and another in ter, Mrs. Jones. n ica nnd died. s for $137. Madam Rumor reports another A cpusus of -- On Sunday $27.10 was taken up nt ulation of 5,'JOO. Richmond shows a popin thu near futuro of ono of Crab Its taxable property the Christian church for the benefit of aggregates $1,003,047. Orcliard'a fairest. Mr. J. S. Kdmiston and wife are re- foreign missions. Many contributions Sister Julia Carpenter, whom everyjoicing over their first horn, a boy.whlch wero nickle8 and dimes. body remembers that ever visited baa been named Will Zellner. MlssSallie Anderson's kindergarten is dead, aged 75. Mra.8uo Holmes and daughter, Sue school will give n'TJantnta" at tho court- The Adair grand jury returned 120 Beth James, left Friday to visit her iioubc frrlday night, Juuo 7th, at which indictments, A of which wero for viodaughter, Mrs. James Miller, at Lewis-burp- :. an admission of 10c will be charged. lation of the liquor las. There was a supper given Thursday The closing exercises of Centre Col- Commencement exorcises will be night for tho benefit of the Christian lego Academy will be held In tho College held at the college Thursday night. Miss cnurch at Pleasant Grove and also one at chapol Friday, June 7th, at 3:30. Bello Roberts, of Gum Sulphur, is visit-In- n Antioch Friday night at the residence of John Helton was killed and Jim Mrs. A. II. llasiin. Steve Teaters is Mrs. Lawless. Belcher and Charles Johnson were badTho tobacco crop in Garrard promis- ly wounded in a fight In Straight Creek, at home with his mother, Mrs. Farrls, es to be very fine this season. As she in Boll county. and the girls aro all happy. Misses Mabel and Bessie Fayno are has long been in tho foremost ranka iu Law suits and a controversy over spending the week with frionda at her production of such fine tobacco she the possesion of propertv led to a battle Mrs. Annie James and her two can still feel the same pride. in Bell county, near the Harlan 'Bline, in daughters are with Mrs. J. II. Stephens. There will be a "Demorest Medal which one man was killed and two othMiss Mary Loavell, who has been at- Contest" under the management of Mies ers wounded. tending college at Mossy Creek, Tenn , Ainada Anderson at the Fork church on The Cincinnati Post says Mrs. Jeru-sb- a is visiting Mrs. D 13. Edmiaton a few the tith of June, in which three young Rouse, of Somerset, who was, with days before returning to her home in men and three young ladies will declaim. her eight year old son, en route to KanGarrard. Sho is accompanied by her Messrs. W. A. Sc J. T. Price sold to sas, waa taken sick in the depot and on friend, Mr. Richardson, who has been Mr. Eubanks, of Lincoln, a pair of mules being cairied to the Rescue Mission, soon attending the same school. Mr. John for $200. Alonzo Carter sold to O. P. died. Anderson and wife are visiting his fath- Stone four hogs at $22 50. Mr. B. F. Henry Letcher, an aged and er, Rev. B. Andenon. Robinson bought of Mr. Perry 21 shoata colored man, died at Richmond, Decoration Day passed off very qui- at 4c averaging 100 pounds. and was buried in the Richmond Cemeetly here. Of course there were, as is Tho examination for teachers will tery for whites. For many years he was usual at gatherings of this kind, a few be held in the ofilce of tho county super- janitor at the Richmond National Bank. tough characters, who wanted to show intendent, J. Hunt McMurtry, Friday His white friends purchased a $75 coilln their depravity, but the majority of the and Saturday, June 7th and Sth, and the in which ho was buried. people were well behaved. The morn- - following week, Juno 14th and 15th, will LIBERTY. CASEY COUNTY. ing was devoted to strewing (lowers on be the examination for colored teachers. A difficulty occurred Saturdny night the graves at the cemetery on the hill; Mr. T. W. Creek met with a dangerand ttfe afternoon was spent at the old at Logantown between two colored bel- ous accident on the 31st. While run church yard. Appropriate speeches wero ligerents, in which Nick Leavell shot and ning bis steam mill at the Upper Ford of made by Judge G. M. Davison, Dr seriously wounded Zeke Reed. The ball Green, River, the band flew off, slapping Dootea and others. The Stanford band entered his back, breaking it and injur- him in tho face, bruising it considerably, furnished elegant music for the occa- ing him seriously and it is thought fa- but it is hoped that he is not dangeroussion. Before adjourning thd members tally. ly hurt. Tho "Flying Dutchman" or tho of the G. A. R. marched to the residence In our report of the late Medical As of Rev. Anderson and had their pictures merry go around has arrived iu our sociation here in last Tuesday's issue the taken in a group. Thus, ended the day city again nnd promises to givo as much type setter made us use I. S. Wesley's set apart to strew with tlowers the graves entertainment as it did before when name in one or two places, where it of the noblo men who so bravely fought here, and dollars were given by some of should havo been J. S. Wesley. I will the earnest little Sunday-schofor cur country and our homer. workers only correct so far as to say that J. S. Quite a serious shooting affrav oc- in tho church. Wesley was tho chairman of tho Assoo The supper at Bright's curred here about midnight Saturday. ciation and was for another The particulars seem to be that our mar- near Hubble Saturday night by tho la- term, and not his hopeful son, I. S.Wesshal had a writ for Arthur Hiatt and dies of Rush Branch church was attend ley. The printer ought to know that wpnt to arrest him, He resisted and be- ed by a large crowd and a number from tbe standard way to make a script capi gan shooting, when the marshal return Lancaster went out and reported an ex tal "J" is for it to ascend three spaces ed fire and shot Hiatt through the hip. cellent supper and an enjoyable time. above tho base line and descend two Don't forget the match game of base paces below It, while the capital "I" The wound, which is quite serious, is not thought to be fatal unless blood ball this afternoon at 3:30 between tbe should bQ written entirely above the poison sets up, Mr. Sam Magee, who Lancaster and Nicholaavllle teams. To line. Oar experience with printers einco was assisting the marshal, made a nar- night is the "Kentucky Declamatory wo first commenced scribbling for tbe row escape, bla clothing being shot thro' League" with eight contestants for the press in 1S51, when 18 years of age, is several times. It is to be hoped that if two gold medals. Admission 35 and .re- that when we write every letter legibly young Uutt gets well, this will be a les- served seats 50c. according to the exact rules of penmanRev. S. W. Peoples, of Mackville, ship, horrible mistakes are made, son to him to keep sober, for when not but drinking he knows how to behave as who has been conducting a meeting at when we dash off things carelessly in well as any one and bos many friends, Pleasant Hill two miles West of town-wa- Horace Greely scrawl, so that it would called home last week br the ex- puzzle us to read our own writing, then who regret to see him throwing himself treme Illness of his wife. The meeting tbe tvpo softer spells every word correctaway when be could become an honored will continue through the week under ly, puts every punctuation mark in its citizen. tho preaching of Rev. F. M. Hill, of this right place and puts other improvements place. GRESHAM. on our composition, so that we would Tho National Prohibition Quartette, fail to recognize it were it not for the inWhereas we have received the sad of Wisconsin, are going tbe rounds of telligence of the death of Hon. Walter tho State organizing prohibition leagues matter contained. Q. Greeham, secretary of State in the everywhere. We find the following eensible paraTheyoxpectto visit Lancabinet of the president of tho United caster next week and entertain us by graph in tbe Hubble correspondence of States; and whereas, the said Walter Q. their campaign songs and concerts. Wo Lancaster Record: Gresham was ono of the most conspic- know they will draw big crowds since The turnpike question has about exuous major general otlicera in tho United their ontertainments are free. ploded in this neck of tho woods. At States army during the war of thb late Prof. Henry Elliott has accepted a first it it seemed to sweep everthing bo- rebellion, who distinguished himself as a position as first assistant in the Paris fore it liko a cyclone, but after tho brave olllcer; now wo his old comrades Hifch 6chool, of Paris, Mo., for which he Bmoke of over zealous persons blcv having completed tho sacred duty of dec- is to receive a fine salary. Mr. Elliot, away, and reason enthroned itself, free The greatest dog owner in the world orating tho graves of a few of our dead who has been assisting his father hero in rides went a begging, and no one hardly is Gustav Jovanovitch, the cattle king of heroes, "whoso path of glory led to the G. O. tho past two years, has proven feels now like he would better himself grave," deem it right and proper that himself a capablo teacher and a worthy or the county by voting for free turn- the Russian steppes. For the protection of his 1,500,000 sheep he employs no less we should express our sentiments at this gentleman, and he takes with him in his pikes. We admit a few would be bene than 35,000 shepherd dogs of various of Divine Providence, new school, sad dispensation the best wishes of the com- fited by a change of the kind, but tbe breeds. therefore be it many would sutler by it. The first obmunity. Copper wireB are used for Mexican Resolved that we the membors o' The many friends of James Robin jection to be urged against the enter- telegraph lines so that they will hold tbe G. A. R., at Crab son, of Middlesboro, whoso Severanco Post No. home until prise is that it would involve the counOrchard, express our profound sorrow at recently has been in the edge of Gar- try in a never ending indebtodqess. weight of the birds and monkeys which the great loss our country has sustained rard and whose parents still live here, Second, to adopt free turnpikes would crowd them at night. A cob pipo factory, with a daily outby the death of the said Walter Q Gres- will congratulate him upon his approach- eventually resolve itself into mud roads, put of 8,000 pipes, will shortly lje put ham, who was an able statesman and ing nuptials to a very highly accomplish- and the old adage, "What is everybody's jurist and a brave and gallant soldier, ed young lady of Mt. Vernon, but until business is nobody's business," would in operation at Waverly, Tenn. Tho banks of the United States and whose noble deeds will long be lately of Knoxville, Tenn., Miss Ger- be verified in the full sense of the term. during tho year 1S94 lost over $25,000,-000 having held many ofllcea trude Wober, oldest daughter of nnd Dr. and Thirdly, it will have a tendency to by theft. he discharged every du- Mrs. W. M. Wober. Tho wedding oc- thwart political plan and especially will of public trust, Four men wero killed at Downaville, ty copfided to his caro with eminent cur j Wednesday week at the home of the it bo damaging to those parties who N. 0., by the explosion of a saw mill ability and profit to the whole country, bride's parents. have incorporated into their platform boiler. hence wo extend our sincero sympathy Mr. James Kinnaird, of Columbus, the freo turnpike plank. Look out, ye The mfnta coined 150.1S0 standard to hls'famlly in this their hour of aillic-tio- 0., is tho guest of hia brothor,4 Mr. W. politicians, how yo use local questions in silver dollars during May. II. Kinnaird. Mr. J. L. Armstrong has your political structures. Telegraph poles are now made out S. That tho editor of tho Intkmou returned to her homo in Harrodsburg afof paper. At Atlanta, Dr. Louis Handy sbu i Jouknal bo requested to publish these ter a visit to Garrard county relatives. and killed his young wife. Tbe tragedy For a cold in the head when first felt resolutions. Mrs. Jessie Harley, of Nashville, arrivoccurred on the street near their home. take from 10 to 15 drops of camphor on By order of Thomas Obappel, Com- ed Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. J. Handy had been drinking, and his wifo a lump of sugar; a very simple remedy, Post No. G. A. R., B. Turnor. Mr. Fred Yeager and mander, Soverance bride was trying to induce him to go with her but tho most effectual known to medical Crab Orchard. are visiting relatives in Mt. Vernon, Mrs. W. C. Price, of Danville, was the to tho home of his parents. He insisted science. Never take it in water; it preThe Queen & Crescont Route will sell guest last week of Mrs. Susan Price. on arguing the question, and stopped, cipitates a gum which is an irritant to tickets to Latonla and return at ono and Misses Lily and Mattie May Leavell, of then suddenly jerked out a pistol and the stomach and causes vomiting. fare from all stations in Ken d Buena Vista, wero in Lancaster Sunday shot her in the face. As she fell be shot The Humorist Did you enjoy my tucky. Tho races will be held this year to aeo their aunt, Mrs. W. A. Arnold, again, the second shot going through latest book? from May 23d to June 20th. Ask agents tier neart. His friend (who hasn't n al it) Suro. for particulars. W. 0. Rinearson, G. P. Miss Lolia Bryant has returned from a Volapuk having proved a most dismal Nearly died laughing over it. visit to Louisville. Mrs. Jennie Bishop A., Cincinnati, 0. Eastman, of Columbus, 0., is hero visi- failure in spite of the voluble prophecies The Humorist (severely) My last A Million Frlondd. ting her aunt, MrB. W. H. Kinnaird. that it would become "tho language of book was an effort in pathetic verse. A friend In need ti friend indeed, and not leti Miss Katie Dooley is in Lexington on a tbe future," a now "scientific language" than one million havo found just uch a friend in has been invented. It is said to be very Discovery for Consumption, visit to friends. Mr. Hackney, of LonBuoklln's Arnica Salve. Dr. King's New Coughs and Colds. IT you have never used this The bet saire exact, and men will go on talking the sores, ulcers, saltin the world Tor cuts, bruhea great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you don, was the guest last week of bio rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- powers in all bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, that it has wonderful curativa Lungs. Each Jit . daughter, Mrs. Richard Ward. Mrs. H. old Irregular language. boL. ol tbe Throat, Chest and cases t positively cures piles, or no pay reputred. It is tie is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or mon A. Price and Mrs. Ed Price were visiting A Madison county man bss Ova guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money ey will be refundoJ. Trial bottles free at A. cents per box. For sale by refunded. Price in Stanford Friday, Dr. J. W. Grant ewes which raised three lambs each. diugitore. Large bottles joe and $i. A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. caah. wo Miss Morton's entertainment is to be Vernon. Mr. Georgo Hohnea bought tb property of Eldritlge Smith for $300 tho 11th of June instead of tho 10th as Mrs. NATUBE. John Warren went to Saturday to viait h($r dRUh wed-din- Dun-cantow- Shak-ertow- n, WH-mor- e. well-kno- ol achool-hous- s Doc Dryo is getting his string of show horses in good shape and he promises to be a hard man to bent at the fairs this year. A wedding or two is on the tapis, but tho names and exact dates are withheld at the request of the parties who will take part. J. K. Baughman sold to J. W. Allpn a combined gelding for S150 and to F. B. Twldwell a d filly by Naboth for $150. Crops are looking as well as could be expected, Corn Is a little more forward here than it is down your way and wheat is fine. A good deal of tobacco is being planted. Rev. Joe Hopper will be here in a few days to confer the limited degrees of Masonry on the wives and daughters of the members of tho Hustonville Masonic lodge who desire it. Tho fair is being discussed by the men oi mis section, out tne women are doing all in their power to discourage alt thoughts of the enterprise. As the havo tho work to do they should certainly have a voice in the matter. The Masons are making big preparations for their picnic, which will occur about the 20th. A number of eminent speakers will be present and an elegant dinner will be spread. It will be held in Bailey's woodland, a beautiful spot about a quarter of a mile West of town. Tho Stanlord band will likely furnish the music for the occasion. Tho election for school trustees was quite exciting in some of the districts in this portion of the county. At Beech e, Grovo a Mr. Buchanan defeated J.;R. Gann, after a hard fight, while at Rifle's school-hous- e it is said their was a great deal of "pulling and hauling." Mr. J. H. Taylor was elected without opposition in town. Mrs. Kate Culbertson, of Covington, is here for the Summer, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huffman. Tho community is in sympathy with Mrs. Culbertson, whose cup of sorrow ban been overflowing of late. On May 13th she,snffered tho loss of her husband and just one week later, Robert, her bright little son, was burned to death while at play. She is almost prostrated with grief. This is Commencement week, the liveliest of tho year in our town. On Tuesday evening the concert will be given, the following oveningjthe pretty operetta, "Tbe Merry Milkmaids," will bo rendered at tho Christian church and later on in tho evening refreshments will be served at Christian College by tho young ladles of tho Christian Endeavor, Everybody is expecting a good time and tbe beaux and belles of the community will be here in full blast. Dr. James Rifle, of Covington, has been visiting his parents and his sweetheart for several days. Mrs. J. B. Rlffe continues quite sick. Miss JBettie Powell and brother, Burdette Powell, are in Lexington visiting friends. Mies Lucy Alcorn has gone to Pennsylvania to yisit friends. Mrs. T. L. Carpenter, wlio has been sick for several days is improving, James M. Reid is back from Latonia with his pocket full of "rocks." Mr. James T. Rose is at Tatham's Springs. Mr. A1 M. Fryo is down with an attack of ma larial fever. W. D. Hockerjis in Coving-ingtoJ. B. Cook, of Lawrenceburg, is at home for a few days. Messrs. R. 0. Warren, J. N. Saunders andJW. S. Burch were here on legal business Saturdpv. four-year-ol- Hew Designs in Furniture,-AT WITHERS & . HOCKER'S. d three-year-ol- You can not afford to miss this grand opportunity. Goods in every department are marked at rock bottom prices, simply out of reach of See our new Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, Leather competition. Couches, Oak and walnut Suites, Burch and Rattan Rockers. Notice our nice dining Chairs, Mattresses and Spring Bedding in great variety. Pictures, Mouldings, Wall Paper, Carpets. Come in and look through our immense stock; we make no charge for showing goods in fact it is a great pleasure to display our goods and name prices, which make every article a leader. WITHERS & HOOKER. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. -- - One Gallon of-- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you a i 4 wo-me- n , ONLY: $1.40'. PER: GALLON. ..It is Very Fine and Durable. Any Siiade you like. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. HOE school-hous- AN CLOTHINQ We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and ladies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and medium price ladies' Shoes our JSi 29, $1 50 and 2 goods are bargains. We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi um price goods. Our men's 7.50 and 10.00 suits are great bargains Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showiner ou stock and it costs you nothing to look. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Wall Paper&Alabastine We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. Call Mixed Paints & Varnishes, White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of W. B3 M9MBERTI ANCHOR : STOVES, to - And - n. Anchor Steel Ranges, -The - BEST IN THE COUNTRV, You are invifed to call and see them. . FARRIS & HARDIN JAMES FKTIE, MUSTONYIIXsE, KV, I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. n. A good black .slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth S3. Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth 5. 50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to SiS. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for S12.50 to S15. former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. variety of style and quality and I know Woolen dress goods in that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist un- (ZJLOTHinsro-- 1 one-thir- DRESS great G-OOID- S ! m til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 firThc sequel Buy and sell for Cash." worth S3. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. ' - - Jt . , -. 4. ji . f Tns court of appeals in a decision by Morgan Black shot and killed George FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Judge Pryor in which Judges Uazelripg, Fisher in Henderson county. W. M. Matheny bought of O. M. Eistin and Grace concur, and Paynter, The hot wave extends nearly over Lewis and GutTy dissent, holds that by tho'whole of tho United States, tho mer- Jones 10 yearlings at $17,50. Stanford, Ky., - June 4, 1985 tho Howitt act, tho Stato formed an irre- cury showing from 93 to 104. Applegate, tho great vocable contract with tho banks, which George W. Brown, who is credited was beaton in a $10,000 race at Brooklyn by Handspring. me legislature naa not tne riglit to re- with tho invention of the AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE. W. P. WALTON. Richard Robinson sold to Sam Cochpeal. This contract in terms states that died at Gulesburg, III. the banks shall pay 75 cents on each $100 A battlo in a magistrate's court at ran, tho stallion, Denmark Chief, and a This weather calls for light wearing apparel, For the Ladies we of capital stock, and this shall be in full Snyder, Tex., resulted in tho death of fine jack for $450. : promisee 8,000 car have a big line of Northern Florida for all State, county and municipal tax- one man and the serious injury of threo loads of early watermelon:), in spite of es. In other words the court Bays that others. Justice of the freeze and frost. constitutional conventions, Legislatures J. M. Arnold, Tns blue and tho gray clasped bnnds or courts can not impair Hal ma, Lessak, Simon W. and The Mississippi, presided over a silver meetor invalidate at Chicago on decoration day and united contracts made by tho Stato or any per- ing at Birmingham Friday night, and bit Commoner will meet in a match race at in paying homage to tho memory of the son Latonia Wednesday. in good faith and that the one with terly denounced Secretary Carlisle 6,000 Southern dead, who sleep their last William Moreland has bought about &c. Light wcicht Mrs. Martha M. Ellas and her the banks must stand. There is both under vests, black and tan Oxfords which we arc sleep in the Oakwooda Cemetery. A daughter Annie wero found dead in 1,000 lambs for 25th to 30th of this equity and justice in tho decision, notbeautiful monument was unveiled which are selling so low that any one can keep cool. withstanding the howl that will go forth their home at Minneapolis, murdered by month delivery at 4c. stands 40 feet from the ground to the top ship-po- d Ono little station in Tennessee Counties and municipalities will suffer Lorraine D. Etias, a demented son. of the figure which surmounts it. The 12 car loads of strawberries by freight Logan Carlisle is now on tho ocean in the decision, but the Stato revenues pedestal is of pearl granite from quarries blue, carrying $50,000,000 of new govern- and S00 cases by express in a weok. will bo largely increased. at Constitution Hill, near Atlanta. Its Clifford won the St. Louis Handicap, ment bonds for delivery to Loudon lower base is 15 feet G inches square and Mrs. E. D. Potts has enlarged and im- bankers ivho subscribed to recent loan. going the 1 miles in 2:00. which is tho All former efforts eclipsed. Even the celebrated cut worm hides his upon it are laid three other bases, on the proved tho Illustrated Kentuckian and The new jail at Elizabothtown will world's record on a circular track. in shame when he compares his work with our cut prices in front one of them, cut in raised and now calls it "The Woman's Illustrated bo ono of the handsomest prisons in the Prince Carl was Becond and Faraday head chopped letters, are the words ''ConfedMagazine." The June number is an ex- State, and will be as secure as any in the third. Clothing. A good summer coat and vest for 50c, worth $1. All erate Dead," and on the North face are cellent one, being brimfull of matter in- country. P. W. Green's Dr. Allen, by Alien-dor- wool suit for men, light color, The building is to cost $3.75. Youth's suit, nice light gray the words: "Erected to the memory of teresting to the fair box. is doing splondidly in tho hands of the six thousand Southern soldiers here A young woman was drowned Sun Will Owings at Danvillo. He can go a ccat, vest and pants, $1. 75: Men's St. cut sack suits, all wool, Wk got a little mixed on a quotation day while bathinc at Atlantic City. Her milo pretty closo to 2:30 and has only worth S, will go for $5. buried who died in Camp Douglas prison Confederate Dead." The last week, but we never thought tho escort, with whom she ventured into been handled a short whilo. in 1802-6dedication ceremonies wero opened with Kuox County News man would ever deep water, was arrested for criminal W. S. Hume & Co., Silver Creek, prayer by Colonel Joseph Desba Pickett, know it. Wonder who told him. negligence. eold to Huddleston, Hubbard & Co., chaplain of the "Kentucky Orphan" Bri. Chairman Carter, of the republican Cincinnati, 400 head of fat at To the Lincoln County Democracy. gade, O. S. A., and then Gen. Wade National committee, says that tho party $4 75. They averaged 1,200 lbs. and In conformity to a resolution of the will stand for tho free coinage ofwilver brought the neat sum of $23, 7G0. RegisHampton delivered the oration of the State committee, precinct conventions and gold at a fixed ratio, under certain ter. day, which was full of expressions of love for the dead and an abiding faith in are called at each voting place in this conditions. Hon. D. L. Mooro sold tho 418 head Fire broke out in an Edinburg col- of cattle he has been fattening at hia Boy's Knee Pants 25c, cottonadc pants for men, 48c, Straw Mats, our country, one and indivisible, Maj. county at 2 o'clock Saturday, June 15, Henry T. Stanton, Kentucky's poet laur- to appoint delegates to meet at the court liery and nine men were killed while distillery in Anderson county, at $4 92 Several perewt. He bought these cattle last 10. 15, 25 and 50c. eate, read a memorial poem, which did house in Stanford on the 17th at 2 r. t., trying to quench the Games. for the purpose of sending .delegates to would-b- e rescuers of the men were both himself and the occasion honor. November at $2 30, dollvered in his burned. Many Union and Confederate generals the State Convention to be held at LouWhen ho bought them they penB. y At Olarksville, Tenn., William were present and the day was one to be isville June 25 to nominato State officers. weighed 900 pounds. They avoragod The vote to which each precinct !b entipushed his mother out of a door, when Bold, 1,170 lbs. Bohanon bought cherished in sacred memory forever. tled is as follows: causing her to break one of her thighp, 40,000 pounds of hemp at 15.40. Sales Remember we are headquarters for Carpets and Matting, A good Toe ribald opposition press, which Stanford, No. 1, 3 delegates; No. 2, 3; and then shot and killed Luke Alle, his of 30,000 bushels of wheat at 75c are also rag Carpet, any thing in half or all wool Carpets. Matting thinks it shows independence to oppose No. 3, 3; No. 4, 3; Hustonvillo No. 1, 3; aged IS noted in tho Woodford Sun. continues to charge No. 2, 2; No. 3, 3; Crab Orchard No. 1, the Courier-Journaexand 25c. -- A boat-loa- d of that its correspondents are instructed to 3; No. 2, 2; Waynesburg No. 1, 2; No. ploded in tbo Kanawha river, opposite Republican Convention. color their dispatches so as to leave the 2, 1; No. 3,1. Total 29. The republicans organized in conven Parkereburg, W. Va. Ono man was impression that a sound money senti L. L. Dawson, Cbmn. killed and $30,000 worth of damage done tion yesterday by electing John A. Blaln George D. HorpKR, Sec'y. ment prevails against free silver and fiat chairman and B. G. Alford, secretary. to business houses. fanaticism. These organs do not believe Maj. William Hardeman, agod 7S, Tho chairman then appointed tho folNEWSY NOTES. what they charge themselves. They was assassinated on a lonely road near lowing committeo on resolutions. BLTT simply do bo to create distrust in the J. E. Huffman. J. L. Totten, Sidney Texas reports a hail storm wiih bail Esculapia Springs, in Lewis county. He great journal. The editor of the Frank- stones so large that tbey brained sheep. had a deadly enemy, who swore eevoral Dunbar, G. W. Gentry and W. D. TarA; URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, fort Capital, Mr. George L. Willis, who dier, who reported through Mr. Huffman Atlanta's entire water supply has years ago to have bis life. was for years a staff correspondent on been cut off by the breaking of the only patent leather manufacturers of as folio kb. The T. D. RANEY, Manager. gives the lie direct main. the Courier-JournTbe republicans of Lincoln countv in Newark, N. J., have decided to advance to tho charge and says that the only inBranch Stores: Senator George, of Mississippi, is the prices of their product from 50 to 100 convention assembled structions he ever received from the big critically ill and it is feared he may not per cent. The reason given is the largeResolved 1. We congratulate the peoParis, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana and good man at the head of the paper recover. ple of tbe country upon tbe signal victoly increased cost of raw hides. wae: "Exercise your own judgment, and It ia said that all the expense of Mr. ry gained by the elections cf last year Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. The terrible floods in the Devil's write facts." River country, Tex., probably drowned Gresham'B funeral will be bortoo by and the election of a republican ConPresident Cleveland, except the trans- gress, thereby preventing further disas Although we have had occasion to 20 people. portation, which was voluntarily con- trous legislation to the business intera Ed Arnold has been indicted at chastise French Tipton repeatedly, it ests of the country, and as tho result of for the murder of his wife and tributed by the B. and O. railroad. always been in love and never in has By the Court of Appeals' decision in said elections confidence of the people is anger. Fact is we have a very tender unborn babe. Tho Fiscal court of Fayette county the bank tax cases, tbe Stato will get to some extent restored. place in our heart for the long legged, 2. We our adhorence to tho has bought 37$ mora miles of pike at a $300,000 in back taxes from tho banks Bhort thighs, bald head and no eyes, and cost of $60,000. and a new revenue of $120,000 per year, principles of the republican party, as deare really glad to hear that he is to Three deaths from the heat occurred while Louisville and other cities get fined by tho National couvention in 1S92, editorial control of the Richmond FOR SUPREMACY, left. chief among which is a protectivo tar Climax again. Gauging whisky doesn't Friday, one each at Knoxville, ChicaTwo deputy sheriffs in Louisiana ill, which restoring American wages and Which we have waged so successfully this year has given us the fust suit a man of Tip's taste and he will dis go and Cincinnati. separated in order to apprehend a cul- American products, Bball servo tho highThe Baptist Seminary at Louisville rank as clothiers and gents' furnishings in the entire county The mount from tho barrel and climb the prit for whom they were searching. tripod with doubtless almost as much graduated 13 young preachers, only one They met in the dark and began firing. est interests of American labor and goods we sell are produced by masters of art and American developments, whilo providpleasure as the act will give bis friends. of them from Kentucky. and the other mortally ing adequate revenue for tho use of Three negroes were killed by a mob One was killed the government. The republican State convention will at Bartow, Fla., suspected of an assault wounded. Gip Taylor, the young Winchester 3. We unqualifiedly condemn the admeet at the auditorum, Louisville, Wed- on a young white woman. lawyer, who wbb accidentally Bhot by ministration of nesday, 5tb, at "o'clock. It is expected Japan has commenced a bombardthe State government by at Little Rock, Ark., is tho democratic party in its waste of the to be the largest republican gathering ev- ment of Formosa to compel that island bis sweetheart still alive. The bullet is close to his public money placed in tho treasury of er in tho South. The faithful think they to accept tho peace terms. brain; howeverand ho has gone to New A Franklin county child, stung by the State, by tho taxes drawn from the have a chance to elect officers this time York to hare it removed. rH CKrtn !! Vf rrmty -f..l..l O...- - irrnot is your people, believing that the peoplo of tho and they will come from the hills and an ordinary honey bee, died in convul""-. ivv.Sw.n. iujt uiicuounsr The court of appeals reversed the Stato aVo dlsgtiBted with such n course by loss, anu until you arc clothed in one you will not be dressed. the dales and the highways and byways sions from against the L. & N. of $1S,000 judgment Don't Two men were executed at Murhpysa party intrusted with tho sacred trust fail to see them and get the to take a band in the fun. Col. Bradley prices. There is nothing like them. secured bv Miss Ewnn. who was shot in of a just administration of their money. Another murwill be nominated for governor by accla- boro, III., for murder. the fa co by a drunken negro's bullet The ladies should not let anything prevent them from examining mation. derer was hanged in Ontario. And that wo invito men of all parties to while she was on the train. The verdict, In an attempt of prisoners to break ussibt ub in hurling from power a party The Daily and Sunday Cincinnati court holds, is excessive. jail their negro leader was clubbed to the who hns proven itself unworthy of bo Commercial-Gazett- e has reduced its Crisp is out in another death by the Henderson jailor. sacred a trust. price to 20 cents a week, making it the manifesto in which he says ho is now At Chicago Judge Baker denied the and always has been a silver mau and in 4. We heartily declare our preference In Oxfords, buttons and lace, and our wash cheapest, as it is one of tho best dailies and woolen dress goods. country. This paper is continual- application to annul the charter of the favor of tho freu and unlimited coinage as the nominee of the State convention Our Peerless hosiery, our J. B. and P. D. irrtbe Corsets, our silks for shirt of that metal at a ratio of 1G to 1, indewhich assembles in Louisvillo on Juno ly adding new and interesting features Pullman Palace Car Company. Fifteen were killed and 13 more se pendent of the action of all other coun- 5, 1895, for governor the name of the waists all of which are the most complete lines ever offered. and is always far in the van of the protries. Mr. Crisp is joined to his idols. Goods of every line are advancing rapidly and you should avail gallant son of Garrard, Hou.W. O. Brad cession with the news of the day. It is rious! v injured by a boiler explosion on Let him depart in peace. the Ecuadorian gunboat Seicre. ley, believing that under his banner the yourself of this opportunity. led hot republican, but is usually fair in A boy at Springfield, O., sick from DEATH'S DOINCS. republican party of Kentucky will in its discussions and comments. smoking his first cigar, failed to see an November next be led to a grand victoMrs. Virginia Castleman died at St. Gov. McOrkaky scored a big victory approaching train, and was killed. and that tho delegates from this Louis. She was tbe mother of Gen. ry, Both tho nominee for governor and county are hereby instructed to cast the in Anderson county Saturday. John T. John B. Castleman and Mrs. George B. Stout received the nomination for the lieutenant governor of Ohio have the Eastin, of Louisville. vote of Lincoln county for said Bradley, Legislature over T. H. Hanks, who ran rather unusual given name of "Asa." and said delegates aro hereby Inatructed Mrs. Polly Spoonamore, after being A man 50 years old with a wife and candidate, by 377 as an to cost the vote of Lincoln county for bed ridden for Biz months or more with majority. Mr. Stout carried every pre- Bix children brutally aeeaulted a little Hon. Samuel H. Stone, of Madison coundropsy, passed peacefully to her reward cinct in the county, the people seeming girl at Logan, O., and a mob strung him at 10 o'clock Sunday morning, aged 78. ty, for the office of Stato auditor. determined to rebuke Mr. Hanks as ful- up. 5. The following dolegates aro hereby STANFORD, KENTUCKY, An aged man who labored under Patient always under suffering, aho mun appointed to represent Lincoln county ly as possible for hia efforts against our the idea that he would have hydropho- mured not, though anxious to fly away State convention and also in the excellent Congressman. & bia from a dog bite, committed suicide at and be at rest. Some timo ago she called in the R. R. convention in the 2d district of her children around her, told them that The silver craze seems to bo on the El PaBO, Tex. Kentucky: Gen. G. M. Mitchell, of Charleston, she was going to a better world and exwane. It was very viyulcnt for a time, Delegates -- B. N. Roller, G. M. DaAll kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing but Dr. Carlisle administered several he- 111., fell dead while walking in his gar- horted them to live so as to meet her vison, G. W. Gentry, W. D. Tardiff, J. done in style. roic doses of the gold cure and the pa- den. When his wife reached hia Bide there. Then she made a disposal of her A. Chappell, Alex Bastin, W. R. Cook, effects ana gave the minutest directions tients, in this State, at least, are recover- she also fell dead. n Horse Shoeing and Tom Phillips, B. G. Alford, U. all Kinds. Kansas militiamen slipped into the as to what she wished done after her consciousness. There are eigna even ing A. Blaln, J. L. Totten. mind seemed Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic that Urey Woodson and Harry Sommera armory at Wichita and spiked all the death. Since then her Alternates John H. KIrby, J. M. State's artillery. Tho guns wero old and to bo at rest and she quietly awaited the may yet come to their senses. Johnson, O. Minor, Joe Brown, J. T. Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work end. Mrs. Spoonamore was a Miss bar- had been condemned. Chadwick, Dr. Wall, Wra. Goer, John MR. E. KINLEY. JIN EXPERIEKCED MIHTER. Gen. G. M. Mitchell, of Charleston, tain and was raised in Garrard, where B Judge Jackson, of Louisville, decides who has a license 111., dropped dead in his garden and his Bbo married Mr. David Spoonamore in Cook, Jr., Peter Straub, Jr , A. G Cofthat a saloon keeper Has charge of our Paintincr Denartmenr. n.w us a trial. g and fey, T. W. Napier. Henry White, and all can not be prevented from keeping his wife was bo overcome with grief that she 1831. They set up other republicans of Lincoln county that house open on Sundays, if he bo elects. died a few hours after. for Gl years she lived in the same house. desire to attend said convention aro ThiB may be law, but it is injustice to Lonergan, an inhuman wretch, Her husband died in 1887 at tho age of John other people and another step towards of Brooklyn, deliberately set firo to his 77. Five children were born to them, all hereby appointed alternates. instructed to voto as Said the final legal obliteration of Sunday as wife's clothing and taunted her in her of whom are living: E. S., J. Z. and O. UDit. delegates are a a day of rest and worship. M. Spoonamore, Mrs. Bettio Hiatt-an- d agony. She was terribly burned. 5. That said delegates aro hereby inOn their return from tho dedication Mi6S Rebecca Spoonamore. The deaths of Tuk Mompbis man, who wants Grover of the Confederate monument, Gens. the old people are the first to occur in structed to cast tho vote of said county for T. W. Edwards, of Anderson county, Cleveland's Balary increased to $100,000 Longstreet, Butler, Eppa Hunton and the family and there has been hut one for R. R. commissioner for the 2d disand to be president for life, finds a re- many other generals and officers of At the death nmong tho 21 trict of Kentucky. sponsive feeling in many hearts, who re- Lost Caueo wero banqueted by the Board the age of 13 Mrs. Spoonamore gave her Tho report was adopted after a wrangard the president aa the greatest man of heart to God and joined tho Methodist Trade at Cincinnati. his day. gle over the unit clause and tho convenF. T. Kelly, a discharged employe church and for (K years ehe lived up to A Marion county man claims to have of the Kentucky Stove Comnanv at its teachings. Her remains wore brought tion adjourned. killed a rattle snake 18 feet long, with 41 Louisville, shot President McDermott to the church of her choice hero yesterCall and See Them. rattles. That county is honeycombed and Secretary Watkins and then tried day and after a funeral discourse by Rev. and it is little wonder to take his own life with a razor. The W. E. Arnold were taken to Buffalo with distilleries Tho (ollorin; farmers have potted their Undi that peoplo see snakes and large ones at men are not badly hurt, but Kelley will Cemetery and laid; beside those of her and humeri and trapper will please take notice. : . JOH.VTUKNUUL.L. die. husband. that. emi-Week- lv Interior Joikke NEW HOT WEATHER GOODS i two-year-o- ld corn-puate- r, SIX PAGES. ex-Chi- ef Dimities, Challies, Lawns, CUT, CUT, CUT. ' $10,-00- 0. f, 5. slop-catt- le Boy's Knee Pants Suits 75e, worth $1.25. ly Mal-lor- Carpets And Mattings. 2j, Btep-fathe- r. l, nitro-glycerin- o LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITTORD. al Cyn-tbian- m The Great Battle ters of Prices. We are the Masrt.. blood-poisonin- g. - er Our Perfection Shoes, HUGHES & TATE. anti-McCrea- ry St. Asaph Carriage Co., GREER, Proprietors. first-clas- s MERSHON D.Broad-duB.'Joh- Blacksmithing of a. house-keepin- SUMMER CLOTHING grand-childre- LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. Flannel, Worsted, Luster. H. POSTED. J. : M'ROBERTS. iV'nii, ,i i. 'la -- ,?...-- fc... ... AV . "- - ' - ' ' r I' f V V &mi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kim Jl'.NK STANFORD, l, 1895 E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. MB Sue Cozatt, of ParkBville, Is with Mra. Mnttiu Novius. J. B. Gihonky, circuit clerk of Caaey, and wifo wero hero .Saturday. Mrs Anna I). VanAkj iai.k is visiting uer uauguiur, mis. n. j. mcnouuria. is visitiug at Judgo Stephen Uurch'e. Mn. S. II. Dacuhman went to Latonia yesterday to dispose of bo mo race horses. Misses Ivtta Goocii and Lizzie Jones, of the West End, are visiting Mrs. J. T. Watkh coolers in great variety at Far ( A limited supply of sterling silver hat Circuit Court. JubI aa the clock in ria & iiardin'e. o pine at 33c each at Danko', the Jeweler. the cupola finished striking . the hour of 9 yesterday, Jailer DeBorde A (loon family horeo for aalo. Mrs Hurt. Miss Lou Howard, of the rang tho bell for tho "big court," and in Anna McUlnry. Waynesburg section, waa thrown from less than five minutes. thereafter Deputy her horso Saturday and painfully hurt. Sheriff R. M. Newland waa saying his . Anchor Stoves and Anchor Steal By tho decision in the bank tax cases, little speech announcing that the court rtnnp.es, thn beat in tbo world at Farris & Hardin's. Stanford loses just $3,000 revenue and was ready for business, "Judge M. O. tho county 11,800. Tho latter has been Saufiey, of the 13th judicial district, preALTiiouqii it secned to rain a good paid, siding." The grand jur7 was then sworn but will bo refunded. deal in May, tho deficiency hero is an in as follows: P. P. Nnnnelly, J. E, inch for tho month. Tub L. fc N. will mako a rate to Louis- Florence, G. R. Engleman, A. Oe for tho round trip, good ville of Joseph. H. McAlister, A. D. Thr Advocate says tho Gllcher JIouso and on the early train Root, A. A. Warren, T. D. Best, J. J. haa been leased to Hughes & Son, of on account of tho republican conven Spears, D. S.Johnson, O. P. Hufiman Irouton, 0 , experienced hotel men. tion. conrt-houB- I Belt fiuclle, Etc. ShiitWahtSet i, Etc. d ' i Daoki, The Jeweler. ... - Car-ma- n, one-far- to-d- ay Jones. Mattik Boslxy, of Stanford, is visitiuR Mrs. L. U. Unrt, Columbia MiBfl Spectator. the witnesses were evidently governed Jailed. Deputy Sheriff" Otis Newland ored statesman, made thinga red-hfor by malice. Attention was called to the Mr. M. D, Hardin, of Monticello, is lodged in jail, Friday, Will Farria, alias a while in the republican convention spending a few days with his son, Mr. Mulline, charged with stealing shoes yesterday. Ho was on the committee on fact that no one at Crab Orchard or Mark Hardin. Stanford, not oven the drug stores on Preachers-villfrom W. U. Cummins, at resolutions and when tboy wero read in Mr. J. P. Foe r ib, deputy U. S. marshal prescription, had the right to sell tho convention ho moved to etriko out with headquarters at Pittsburg, was here and special reference was made to a sa The free silver men in thia county are tho part about voting as a unit, as that loon at Rowland running without 11 on ofllcial business yesterday. clause was not read in the committee ofRkv.K. A. WiUT,of West Virginia, as Bcarce as hen's teeth. Our people are unrepublican besides. bense. Tho other minor indictable well informed to take up room and waa is the guest of Ror. S. M. Logan and generally too fenses were briefly referred to and Mr. with every craze or to advocate fiat Judge Davison insisted that it was a Owsley closed his yery comprehensive Sunday night filled his pulpit. matter of form and amounted to nothMiea Lucili Mknkkbk haa our thanks money in any shape. ing, but this did not satisfy Gentry who and practical charge. for Invitation to the Commencement of Tbo petit jury wbs then selected, as One of our local holders of Metropolis continued 'to rave about an effort to Lynnland College, which occurs June 0 ten National Bank stock, at Kansas City, throttle and charged that the clause had follows: S. E. Owsley, W. L. McCarty, J. W. JoKssia back from Lexington haa unloaded at a loss of 38 cents on the been 'inserted by suggestions from a John Ellis, Kenner Farris, John B.Rout, where he has been attending Calhoun's r, dollar. Thia Is tough, but he ia glad to county over the way. A white brother E. B. Beazley, S. D. Anderson, J. F. Business College and growing a raous Samuel Spoonamore, J. T. O'Hair, interrupted him to say that the clause have escaped with his life. tache. ... was but Gentry almost gave him John A. Allen, M. H. Bowen, J. M. Cofis at home, the disJ. Nevin Oarteh The court at London did not reach the the lie direct as well as to Judge Davi-bo- fey, F. M. Howard, B. F. Goode, J. H. tillery he waa "minding" In Anderson, case of Milton Morgan for forgery and Cbadwick, H. J. Darst, Henry Cummins, utio claimed that the unit rule had having had to close down on account of he was brought back hero Sunday and been adopted here for 10 years. It was Peyton King, J. L. Murphy, B. B. King, lack of water. lodged in his old quarters for enfo keepJ. M. Hail, P. W. Carter and W. T. Gov. J. G. Givsnb, cosmopolite, Bpent ing. Ilia bond waa reduced, to $700, but a pretty fight for a while, but Gentry Smith. the night with his uncle, James Givens, that even was more than he could give. was finally overwhelmingly beaten by A number of indictments in which the the adoption of tho report. Friday. He says the world continues to defendants were not found were filed on Tiukvis entered Mr. G. B. Cooper's use him well. Commencement nook was inaugurated motion of Mr. Owsley, with leavo to reMil. J. II. Prrwitt and daughter, Miss cellar tho other night and appropriated with fair skies antl the intense heat of instate. Joseph Baker was not present, Emma, of Hustonville, went to Kirks-vill- 25 or 30 jara of jam, catsup, pickles and tho few days before, Bomowhat alevi-ate- d but a judgment was entered against him to attend tbo closing exercises of the like. Mr. Cooper thinks the scamps by breezes, which though gentle, for $50 by default. W. M. Tinsley didn't prepared for the job by giving hia watch his son's school. served to lessen the unpleasantness. It show up either and he was fined $40 for Tin Louisville Times of the 30th con dog a dose of poison a day or ao beforo nearly always rains on thia day of days assault Charles Wakfield was acquitted tained a fair picturo of Mr. Thomas U. the steal. . to tho young ladies, who look forward for maliciouB cutting. Win. Mullins got Shanks, of this place, who ia developing May went out with a phenominal hot to marching in white dresses from the 30 days for petit larceny. Caso against into quite an orator. wave and torrid weather still prevails. college to the church, but thia time no S. Vanderpool for selling liquor unlaw Mr. T. D. Nkwcak n was elected school Yesterday was the hottest of tbo series, drop fell to mar the whiteness or to keep fully was dismissed on account of absent trustee in thia dlntrlct, over Mr. John tho mercury reaching 03 degrees. Thun- the wearers in dread. A little before 11 witness. Two cases against Cale Brown M. Mclloberts, whose name waa put on der storms for last night and cooler o'clock President J. M. Hubbard with for furnishing minors liquor were set for the books without his consent weather for today, waa the promieo of the Boyon graduates in front and follow- next Monday with order for arrest for En F. Owens, of Cumberland Falls, ia tho signal service. ed by tho entire school, entered the witnesses in Casey. Thomas Bailey for here thia week to have dressed a wound 9 church, already filled with ladies, few assault and battery was acquitted. Instbau of ordering the stage mail gentlemen being able to obtain Beats. ed hand, caused by the accidental disThe court gave the republican convenderoute to Lancaster off, the charge of a gun. Someraot Reporter. The scene was an inspiring and beauti- tion an hour in tho afternoon, and then Mrs. K. P. Woods and Mies Ilettie Har- partment has notified Mr. J. W. Rout to ful one. It was the first service in the fined W. R. Critchelow $20 for gaming ris left Friday to attend the Commence- dispatch the mail on Sundays hereafter, Christian church since vbe walls had and Tom Durham $25 and 10 days in jail ment of Milleraburg College in which as well as the other six days of the week-Thifor carrying concealed weapons. A whisbeen frescoed and tho interior generally ky case against T. L. Shelton was diswill bo perhaps the first time In Its institution Mrs. Woods haa two daughimproved, and pretty women vying with missed and the trial of John Belden for ters. history has had a Sunday ay, representing mail. that Lancaster each other in the beauty of their cos- malicious wounding set for next MonCol. J. H. Hollow 9 9 tumes and tho variegated colors of the day. the Safety Building and Loan Co., of The board of examiners cf this county flowers in thoir bonnets and hats, a picWinchester, is again in Stanford and can In Richmond it is rumored that a be found by those who wish to borrow will give a prize to the teacher making turo of unusual loveliness was present- popular young editor is soon to wed a the highest uvorago during tho examina- ed. pretty widow of Lexington. How about money. A special song service by a trained that Clarence Woods? Miesis Fannii Shanks, Laura Carter tions of this school year. A prize will and Dolllo Mclloberts returned from also be ollercd to colored teachers on the choir, with n solo by that sweet little NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Lexington yesterday. Thoy had a de- aamo conditiona. The prizes will bo songstress, Miss Nora Moreland, entitled valuable ones and will be awarded on "Calvary," which was highly compli lightful time notwithstanding the mented, made the music a most agreea-bl- o Christmas day. of tho woatlier. IIOLOA3I, . 9 and enjoyable fenture. Rev. A. V. It a candidate Tor Superintendent of Schools of Klorr W. L. Williams, looking as A had cast waa made out againBt Mar Llnco'n young and apparently bb active as ho shal Frank Ellis for tho killing of Henry Slzemoro rend Proverbs 31, 10th to 31st mocracy county, subject to the action of the De .ovemDer election, 1S95. verses, nnd then Rev. S. M. Logan innpo, was down from Hue- was 20 years Murphy at Junction uuy and no was voked tho Throne of Grace in a feeling tonvillu yeoterdny and gave thia oilico held without bail till tho September and appropriate prayer. the pleasure of n call. Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of court. His lawyers decided that It was Before beginning his addres?, Rev. W. Lincoln county, subject to the action ot the DeJunosT. Z. Morrow tinlnhed up his best not to present their sido of the case mocracy Koember election, 1895 Mt. Vernon court in four days and was and to hold their hand for a better show- E. Ellis explained that tho ladies, and not tho Intkriok Journal, were to W. S. BUKCH, on Friday's train returning to Somerset. ing at the final trial. blame for the announcement that the Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public 'My next court ia at Albany," ho said, held in the Opera School! of Lincoln county; subject to tho action y services would be "but I am going to Louisville next week The second annual contest of tho of the Democratic party and that they wero excusable, Declamatory Leaguo will occur at House, to help nominate State oillcers. Tho republicans will not simply nominate can- Lancaster this, Tuesday, Evening. Our einco at tho timo of tho issue of the it was thought that it would be imdidates this time," nnd ho really looked townsman, Thorns II. Shanks, will rep- believed his own statement. resent Garrard College. In tho after- possible to get tho church ready. He The undersigned committee will, until June 13 Rkv. W. E, Ellis it) in great demand noon the Xicholasvillo and Lancaster then announced his subject, "Leisure 1S05, receive bids for the following ' Mr. II. Hoiub," and for half an hour his plain, bnsu ball teams will cross bats. from College presidents. Ho will Court-Hous- e the graduating cIqhs nt Garrard Col- H.Elliott haa our thanks for tickets nnd practical and pertinent suggestions were Work to be Done on listened to with instruction and pleas and eoveral other Col invitation. One piece of oak timber 6xia inches to extend lege sefrom one principal rafter to uro. He showed what tho great men of curely bolted to cross beamthe other and he not leges have invited him to perform a like in cupola, with Some scamp, who should danglo at the S, bolted, to acJess than eight bolts, one. piece service. Ho has had to prepare his ad- end of a hempen lino beforo ho does history and of tho present day had corner tiu tlaihixl corner post on the around the corner so as to stop all leaks put ia dresses under dlflicultlee, as n severe boll more of his deviltry, cut an ugly gash complished by industry and persevor-encplank In main cormceon building where necon hla right bond prevented him from etch in two of Mr. G. B. Copper's horses and not wasting tho leisure mo- new and put two coats of paint on main build-inessary writing, and not being used to "dictaalso on upper part of balcony and one coat on ments that camo into their lives. The he .found it and np hill which were out in a pasture near his Irames and sash up stairs. Privilege tescrved of ting" to his wife, achievements of the great Garfield and rejecting any and all bids File bids with county " residence. One of tho horses, "Old business telling her what to write. G. M DAVISON, clerk. which has been in the family for Greabam, the statesman who so recentJ. P. CUMMINS, were elo J. It i'.AXTON. CITY AND VICINITY. over 30 years, is'cut across tho rump and ly gave up bis earthly labors, Uuilding Com'tee. quently depicted and tke oxampie of Zieciler ahoea in great variety at tho other's back is badly lacerated. Mr. ! Cooper doew'not know of nn enemy he these men who camo from the lowest : Shanks.' haa who ia mean enough to do such an walks of life and rose to fame and emiOF Grain pepper 10c a pound. W. 11. act, but ho will leave no stono unturned nence, wero held up for imitation and Weareu it Co. emulation. The mind must be kept Houses and Lots in Stanford and in his etlort tofind him out. .. busy in seeking useful knowledge, to be Bank Stock. weather. Buy stoves Gasollno Stovo Acquitted. At the last term of the held in memory for deep nnd earnest re Higgins McKinney. from I of Laurel circuit court,tWm. Stott was con- flection. "Tho mind," Bald he, "is tho As Executor to Curtis Watts, deed.,on will sell at public outcry the highest bidder, boIb victed of the murder of tho man, who policeman who arrests the object, locks New lino sterling elivor Bhirt waist 1895, cheaper than ever at Danks', tho Jew stole his wife, and given 09 years in the it up in tho prison houso of memory, to penitentiary. The court of appeals grant- be tried beforo tho calm and usually im At a o'clock P M , beforo the eler. door in was brought hero partial judge, reflection." To accomplish .Stanford, Ky , tbe Dwelling Houso and Lot situaa Stbrlinci silver belts with webbing ed now trial, l.Stott bhort streets ted on the for safe keeping and last week takon to anything a person must give attention, in the city comer of Lancaster and the X VV. corot Stanford and epposite and monogram, $1.25 at Danks', the Jew to faco for a second time' a jury interest and intention and what his ner of Court Houso Siiuarc, and now occupied as London eler. e a residence by A. A. Warren. This lot has a of his peers, which'decided thnt he was hand findeth to do, that ho must do with of about 41 W feet on Lancaster street 15 J hrunla Estray. Dark brown horse, Also tho Dwelling Houso, Garden and Lots in guilty of no;;cnme nnd ho went free. all hiB might. He must improve each the Helm Addition to Stan lord, formerly occupied nnd nbout 4 years old. Call on 0. J. Now Robert Jackson, who also had n life senRichard Watts, and $ Acres shining hour, give more attention to by Land The propertycontaining about dwelling, consists of the 01 land. for murder, got a chnractor than reputation and fulfill to house and lot, including ordinary outbuildings tence passed on him and The prettiest silver bolt in tho market hung jury this time, with 11 for acquit- tho largest degree tho full measure of acrestbe parden, and two vacant loin of about two each, adjoining. One of these lots fronts on with webbing and monogram complete, tal. There isnever any telling what a an honorable and worthy existence. The Water Works and.springs Streets and the other fronts .Springs street and extends to line of Mock, jury will do. only 85c, at Danks', tho Jeweler. This property nneaker then addressed n few words of er property parcels, as abovewill be offered for .. sale in three indicated, and then encouragement nnd advice to tho seyen as a whole, nnd the highest bid or bids accepted, The Knights of Pythias hold thoir Wuaro overstocked on saddles. Corao Also loacres of Knot) Laud, same being a part of electionThursdav night nnd young ladies who are about to leave the the Hugh Hays knob land, and adjoins Kout land in and get them cheaper than ever beand Pine Knobs. W. Baughman. following officers for term be- fostering care of principal ana teachers near Hell bhares of tho Capital block cf tbo Louis elected tho foro. M.S. &J. Also 6 ginning July lst::J. S. Wolls, Past Chan- and enter tho stern realities of life, and ville Hanking Co., Louisville, Ky. Also 5 shares Comb and Bee our "Regont" Clay cellor; O. E. Tate, Chancellor CommandcloBedtho most admirable nddress, of ville Trust Co., of the Capital tock of tho LouisLouisville, Ky. worsteds, our luecre, brlllianttne, Sergo er; Joo F. Waters, Also 5 shares of the Capital Mock of the is a vory imperfect synopsis B. which this Insurance Co , Louisville, Ky. and akeleton flannel coats and vests for H. Dunks, Prelnte; J. S. Rice, Keeper of nnd which received many merited Also one bilver Watch. TKK.MS. Tho real property will be sold on Hughes Tate. Summer. from all sides. Records nnd Seal; Jack Rout, Keeper of credits ot 6 and ia months, m equal payments, The next regular event in the closlug secured by lien retained and note with approved Finance; R. L. Bosley, Master of Work; personal security, bearing interest trom nay of am now agent for one of the best I of the college will be a concert property will be 1 be tailoring establishments in tho country. E. O. Walton, Trustee; J. S. Owsley, Jr., oxorcises evening next, to bo followed sale. credit stock or personal and tho purchaser sold ot three months on a will be required to executo note with appr6ved person, you in rendy mndo goods and E. O. Walton, Representatives to Thursday If I can not fit Friday evening uy ine coiuiueuceiuuui, al security, bearing interest frnmdate of sale. Lodgo and W. II. Wearen, Posseisionol the dwelling houses will be gien you can havo your order taken nnd get tho Grand when tho curtain will ring down on tho four days. A fit is guaranteed. District Deputy. The lodgo is in a flour 24th annual session of the institution July 1, 1895, and of the knob land, lots and per a Biiit in tonal property when the terms of the sale are ishing coudition)and now has about 70 and the seventh nnd last under Prof. complled.with. JOHN I). HIGGINS, Call in and aeo my line of samples. W. Ex. T. C. Watts Hill & Sic Roberts, Attys. Hubbard. mombers. Shanks. H. ot e. Tub Economist Steel Range baa no Shootino. Our Orab Orchard letter Mr. McAlister was appointed foreman equal. Remember our guarantee You tells of the shooting of young Hiatt by and upon Commonwealth's Attorney take no risk in buying cook stoves from Marshal W. T. Miller. Mr. Miller was John Samuel Owsley, Jr., devolved the " here yesterday and Bald that while 'he duty of charging the jury. He congratus. Higgins A McKinney. regretted tho trouble, he was bound to ulated it on tho fact that there are ao The HuBtonville Christian College Con- shoot or be shot. Mr. Hiatt ia a son of murder or other high crime cases to in cert will be given on tho evening of tho Armp Hiatt and a brother of the late vestigate, and warned against the find1th and tho Operetta of tho Merry Milk Hiram Hiatt. ing of indictments where there was not maids on the evening of tho 5th. a corroboration of evidence, in which The Hon. George W. Gentry, our col- . m .. 9 ani J. W. Eubanks. Lock Bracelcti, Etc. Hat Pfns, 'Etc. Wagon (VI ate rial, Rims, &c, &c, Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, Rasps, Nails, Hammers, First Week in 'AT MIEBlLTCOrUB FMIOHfiL June. W. H. WEAREN & CO. .IT IS. rJ Go-ve- rt-nd- , u, Undisputed : Faet .THAT. M J 1 a We Make the Prices, i Garry the Best Stock, Sell the Best Quality. Look at our Gents' Underwear; Look at our Ladies' Underwear; Look at our Gents' Fancy Shirts; Look at our Gents' Ties; Look through our Stock and Get our Prices before you buy,. And you will be convinced that the above statement is tVue' wv. m post-olllc- o s SEVERANCE & SON. -- K. WEAKEN. Dealer In tor-ridit- y fc JAMES F. CHARLES II. HOLMES Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, SIT. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Ken-luck- READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, S25. The New Home, style five, S2S. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are offered: pa-p- To Contractors. od-dre- ss ... North-we- st e, dickering, Hazelton, Bush FIAXTOS: ! i OHGASTS: Mason & Hamlin, & Bus-tor,- Gerts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince & Son. Chicago Cottage, Kimball, And Others! P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. THE BLUE-GRAS- S Executor's Sale Address, Special Attention to Mall Orders. Sold on Easy Payments. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repaird by one of the most competent workman t er- er knew, who served n any years In factory learning his trade, All work warranted. aewmg aiacmnes repaired ana warranted. HERD OF Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, - Slonday, June xotli, court-house OrablOrchard, Stock. Kentucky. . Pigs for sale from the best types of Regis terej secured from tnp best herds in several different States. Correspondence Solicited Breeder) iron-tnz- THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE i- ... semi-annu- al Louis-vlll- o enco-mium- B of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icSleeping Cars through to Harrjman, Chatta-noocthrough trains. Day Coaches and Attalla. Bimiinnham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars, to Kuoxvillc, Hot Springs aoi Ashcville: and from Chattanoogo . to Jackson, --Vicksburg, Monroe . . . - T j' Through Tourist, sleepers 10 ius AiiKvica uhu and Shreveport. Mexico and California, San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, m: via New Orleans or via Shreveport. , Short Line from the Illue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. ?sjflfa Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa and tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington Chattanooga. V. O. RInearson, Chas.W.Zell, a. 1'. A.. Cincinnati, O. JHv. ratt'r Agt., Cincinnati- - 0. e 1 a. m a 1 sm e4 tt crlSfiiii jiglili -- 1 j i ' t aKiaRJJa-- .. 'J jw .iraju . K. " ' "" '"W Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr AT rabllflhod Every Tuesday and Friday S3 PER YKABIX JSJDVJSJXCXL ? not so paid 93.50 will be charged.-- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. p Trains leave Stanford at 7:1s a. rn. arriving at 4:30 p. ni. and ooj p. in. on' 3 P- - m COMPLICATION. The Independence of woman Is creating Kid hnvoo mnong tho young men who would llko to marry, hut whoso finances aro dependent on their own exertions. Tho question Is uo longer, "Can you support mo In tho luxury towhlci I havobeou accustomed at my father's houso?" but "Can you support mo as woll as I can support myself f" A very charming girl recently applied A MODERN gonil all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies havr reached a phenomenal Carried Away. sale. Dr. King's New Discouery. for consump Many years had pa&cd. lion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guarantecd-Klectri- c ltitlcts, the great remedy for Liver Stom"If you could only'; Persons desirire a place of this kind will find It ach and Kidneys. liurklen's Arnica Salve, tho Tears woro coursing swiftly down his best in the world, and Dr. King New Life Pills, to their advantage to call on or address, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are checks. MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them Crab Orchard, Ky. 94 "mako blsoults unllko mother uned to and the dealer whose name is attached herewith : will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at A mako." K. Penny's Drug More. Office on Main Street, Memories of OUR OWN LITTLE JOKERS. Having the needed merit to more than make Four Big Succobbob. Croon Briar Springs FOR SALE DX-.-'- W. B. PENire, Dentist, Stanford, : Ky. Opite the Post-Olfi- L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. No, 4, Train going North " " No. 6. " " South No. aj, " No. 3, " - .- - .. 12 37 3 S 1 04 1 pm pm t J p in " QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train past Junction City a follows: No. South it. 48 a m No. 2 North ...3 3 p m ...t.3jpm am " 3 ' ......12.15 a m " 4 " " 6 " ...3.15 am " ......11.35 5 " ...6.00 ' 8.40 pm ''10 9 Note. Not. j and 6 and 9 and to run no ther than Junction City. am fur- Wlloa E. Varnon, Attorney.at'kLaw, Stanford, SpecUl attention - Kentucky. Settlements pi F.i; Sale and Division of McCla-ry- WiUaei at Executor,Admlnistrator and Assign-- C atet, ai Attorney and nfanta' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. over Supt.JW. F. office. Jglvento , 'i 9 John B. Cattleman. A. O. Lanham ROYAL insurance v - Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEM AM MANAGERS, ) Commerce Building, Louisville , Agents throughout the South. to General Dlggs, an official In ono of the government departments. Sho proved to bo qualified for tho position sho sought, and tho general assured her that her chances were excellent with refcrenco to a vacancy which would occur In a few weeks. Sho had not been gono ton minutes when tho general's nephow Fred entered tho room. " You should have been hero Just a llttlo sooner," safd tho old gentleman slyly. "I had a caller you would havo been charmed to meet." "Miss Study well, jrou mean. I know sho was coming hero." "Oh, sho's an acqualntanco of yoursl" "Yes. I wanted to sco you about that placo sho Is asking for." "I sco; But your Influence Is qulto unnecessary. I'ro decided to appoint her. So you can sot your mind at rest." "Set my mind at rest I Good heavens You don't mean to say you'vo gono nnd donoltl I wantod that placo mysolf." "Why, you heartless, ungallant scampi You ought to bo ashamed of yourself for trying to lnjuro tho prospects of a young . girl in this way." "I'm not trying to Injure hor prospects. I'm trying to mako hor happy for llfo." ' By taking tho broad out of hor mouth?' ' "Not at all. I'll sco that sho gots bread, and charlotto russo, too, for that matter. If 6ho has to oarn a salary, she'll get to taking such Interest In her work that sho won't think of marrying, whllo If I get tho placo I'll bo In a position to proposo to hor and mako her happy for llfo." And tho general said ho would hold tho matter under advisement pending an Investigation and a formal and definite report by Fred as to tho young woman's Joseph Ranger. sentiments. 1 1 tho youth pascd amid tho stirring scenes Incident to tho emancipation of woman rushed upon him llko a flood. THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. court dart at Stanford or at my home in Chas. Ennslin. II mrO rUDJ-iO-. "ill taVe all the hides I can get forcashorln trade tor leather on I Olten-nei- W.S. Uurch. Ally, at Law. R. M. Newlaml, Deputy She(lff. Ilemorso. "You havo no heart 1" ho hissed. Sho shivered. Meet all Trallii,nliht and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Free of Charge, m Burob. c& XTowland, Co., "Discovered at last," sho gasped. "Why, oh, why" Sho wrung her hands bitterly. "did I tako so many plates of lco cream? He might never havo known." An Unkind Remark. Wanted, to do sewinir. Plaln Good Livery Attached, n-prtferrtd. Mrs.C. Oil VY 1 IS U. Garments gate, Stanford, Kj. day. J. CRAIO, near Danville tol. oniirtnTfi Fare of Hotel $1.00 per A. II. BASTIN, Prop. Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Kentucky We offer our servlcis to the public to do a gen ernl Collecting llutlnc.t. Accouuls, notes, etc collected in all parts of the county. it dm "You aro looking very happy this ing." even- J. B. HIGGINS, All Kinds of Coal, Ky. .Dealers o. 1TOTIOJJI e Having decided to move to my in in Stanlnrd, Ky., I have a desirable store-houthe business portion of Rowland which I will sell or rent at a reasonable price. For Information apply to, T. C. HALL. store-housse Stanford, Doh-o- "STour Ca.ttl. "Yes, Mr. do Smith, and as you aro an NATIONAL BANK I desire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I old friend of mlnol don't mind telling you confidentially 'that yesterday a young am ready to seive you In Drta Making In any Or STANFORD, KY. and all slvlts. I take the best fashion Journals gentleman confessed his lovo to mo." snd keed posted on what ladles should wear. Ta fKrtt 2?" iali-wflttm Innivul ti 1it a Prices reasonable. Come In aud give me a trial. Capital Stock. I employ none but first class help. "Did ho tell yoa with whom ho was In Por At present I can be found at Miss Cam Surplus love?" ter's residence on Lancaster Street. I). SMITH, MISS MARY iciuuii7, Stanford, Ky. 77 m Dangerously Ilrlght. Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Sunday School Teacher What aro wo to Under the provisions of the National Bank Acunderstand by this passage, "Yo ask and depositors are secured not only by the capital KashTille, Tenn., College for Toun. Ladies. stock, butbv the stockholders liability, lor as receive not becaugo yo ask amiss?" amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ot Precocious Boy Ought to ask a widow. this Institution are secured by a fund of 1400,000 - FIRST TO THE XiADXES. 1 ..$200,000 2l,3O0 1 will go to any plies wher there are six or more cattle to uehorn. I do the work with the Lightning Dehoruer. Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, does not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper does. It is the only humane way lode horn Does not punish the animal like the saw, and the wound gets well a iiuick again a that made by the saw. For further Information, call on O. A. PKYTON, btanford, Kv. Sec the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. lot. 1 , -- I am now ready to deliver 1c from the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory ICE I Hut Foola Yer. Her head was firmly shaken At ray remark to hor, "Ho'd find himself Mistaken Who'd think to Ms 1110, air!" MB -. W. A. TBIBBLJJ, Local A?oat, STAN FOR D. KY. Portland. .To the San Francisco. CONTEMPT OF COURT. Opposlto tho stago station and hotel was a shanty with a sign of "Jnlo" over tho door, and I strolled over tbero and asked of 11 man sitting nt tho door and smoking aplpo: ,.Via The. Rft)Iouisvmr.,lUwAiBAiit. Chica.o Only Dining Car Route From Ktq OUISirXXX.E TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuted Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACON, FRANK J. REID, D. P. Agent, u. 1'. Agent, j or Louisville. fjbicago, i I I ' J Denver. at his youngust sou and resumed in an altered tono: "John, this is Sunday." Survived Thorn Ilolh A Now York man was operated on for sayln a word." "My frlond, would it hurt your feelings appendicitis and bachelorhood on the same day. Botli operations were success-furnnJBE3TL1NK TO AND FROM If I should ask why you wcro sent herof" tho patient will survive. Wash"Not a bit, sir. I killed a man." . ' ington Post. " You did, eh? But how how" "How did it liappen? I was sent to jail Solid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars, Slay Come to Mow. elegant coaches, dining coaches, dining cars, Wag- fur a y'ar Instead of bcln hung." ner sleeping cars and latest improved private Corbett and Fitzsimmona have been "Yes?" compartment Buffet sleeping cars, magnificently lurnUhed with toilet accessories in each com"Oh, they didn't keer nuthln about tho silent for so long that it is feared they actupartment. klllinand gin mo two hull months to walk aro not on speaking terms and mayStar. ally como to blows. Washington off In. As I wouldn't go tho jodgo bo said It was contempt of court and scut mo up Solid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars, Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet hero fur a y'ar, so ho could hev tho uso of Coacbesand Sleeping Cars. my cayuso and guns free gratis. Don't happen to her a now deck of kcerds with you, eh?" "Sorry to say I haven't" The only through Sleeping Car line from Cin"I was In hopes you had. Tho jedgo cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars. will bo up this way tomorrer, and I'd hov tho kecrds all marked and play him tho best three out of flvo to sco whether I The "Southwestern Limited' Solid Vestibuled Trains with Columbian Library, Buffet and Smo- drawed pay as a jailer or scrubbed along as king Cars, Warner Sleeping Cars, Elegant Coach- a prisoner." AubTiN Keene. Greatly improved for 1895 and es and DIoini; Cars, landing passengers in New Route. a "!'" 'MONON" St. Paul. BIG :4: ROUTE, reply. "If I go to Grass Valley, tho boys will hang mo fur hoss stcalln. If I go to Rldgo City, they'll hang mo fur stcalln a mewL Over to Euchro Bend they want me to pull hemp fur rob bin BUI White. I might git up into tho mount'lns, but the durnod Injuns would try fur my scalp. Tho safest placo fur mo is right here, and I hain't jail?" "You kin, sir," ho promptly replied. "Not much of a jail." "No, sir, but It's a new county, you know." "Any prisoners lnsldof" "No, sir. I'm the only prisoner, and they allow mo outsldo." "Whero's tho sheriff or jailor?" "Gono off huntln." "And left you all alone?" "All alone. I'm purty comfortable, however, and my time will bo out in about six months." "But I should think you'd run away, " I said as I offered him a cigar. "Can I tako it that this Is tho county Five sworn statements of the condition of the bask are mad each yeatto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times Rov.;Goo. W. F. Prico, D. D., Pres., by government agents, thus securing additilons and perfect safety to depositors. FormerMrs. S. This institution, originally established as thi Stanford in 1858, then Deposit Bank of PrinKy., lied as the National Bank ol Stanford in iS6j and as the First National Bank ol again Stanford In iSSj,.ha had practically an uninterrupted exlstenceof ts years. It Is better suppliM! now with lacilitlcs for transacting business prompt Three Buildings) room for soo boarders. Faculty ly and liberally than ever before in its long an( honorable career. Accounts of corporations, AJa of 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecturers, Patiouage Unicianet, firms and Individuals respectfully solic from entire fouth. Privileges in Vanderbilt Gymversity. Muilc Conservatory ArtMudio. ted. nasium. Fine Paiarncrr Klevalnra. Term begins The Directory oi this Bank is composed ol si-- i n cpt, , 1845. Send for Catalogue. Forcstua Reid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Baughman Lincoln; J. S, llocker, Stanford; - W. A.Trlbble.Staalord; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; Offic On Lancaster Street, opposite lh Court K. L. Tanncr,;McKi3ncv; House. Collections receive especial attention & M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky . S. Hockcr, President; J jo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Asst. Cashier And over 0. Trueheart, Lady ly of Stanford, cipal. At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds andc a pound for 10 pounds and up to 10c. Hills due.istof each mouth. K. BREMER, Stanford. TO THE XiA DIES My Millinery Slock is fall and complete Call and examine and you ciil.be sure lo buy a ne Spring Hat. MISS LICC1K IIKAZLEY, Stanford, Ky 1 W. S. BTXRCH, Attornoy at Law, THE XiADXBS : Stanford, Kentucky. CORDIALLY sstsstetAKImMsM INVITED A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Tocalt and examlo my Kprleg Millinery, whieh I am openipg up. I pride myself that it is well, selected and that It is bound 10 pleas. Having bought lor cash and being determined to sell for cash, I can kII at th lowest possible prices. An elimination will convince you. 6 MRS A. A. McKI.N'NEY. J T J Xlit, HOR. Farmers Bank&Trnst Vft, N- -v w a Co j nis. A smllo hor red llp parting, A twlnklu in her v.yaa, . Shu said, as I was starting, "I wish that you wuru wise!" , KY., Office over McRoberts' Drug Store In the Owsley Building. (snowfully'organited and ready for business wi k ,Or STANFORD. Stanford, Ky. JOXTES BEOS,, Sole crenrietors D.an'. lllirV Dlinnn.t Paint. Ksllmales furmsned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. All roofs painted with Dean's Black Diamond Paint guaianleed for years Dealers in best n Pumps and Galvanucd Irsn Fillers. 07.1m cis-cr- Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 21000. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Su I blushed, and murmured shyly, "Ahoinl that 1 why so?" "Wise men," sho answered shyly, "May mako mistakes, you know I" A. O. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAI BANK OK STANFORD, Narrow Kcape. "Father," said Johnny Ironside, "how big a flsh did you ever catch?" "I caught a catfish once, Johnny." replied Deacou Irou.lde, "that weighed" The good man stopped short, looked fixedly "Wharto?" ho quorlod Lq d :chioag-o- ST. XjOTJIS. BOSTonsr, Offer his services o the people of West Lin Now closing up) with th same assets and nadei run stock of Coffins coin snd Caser Counties. the same management. oa hand, By provisions of its chatter, depositors are at and Caskets always Manager. 9J D. S. Carpenter, fully protected as aie depositors in Ns'Joaa Banks, lU shareholders being held Individual!) stoci Uaole to the extent of the amount of their GEO. B.COOPER. YEAOER. tharain at the Dir value thereol. in addition to tht JAMES H. amount invested in such shares. It may act at executor, administrator, trust, Ac, as fully si an individual. To those who en trotted their bulsiness to tu whiU mnariBir the Lincoln National Bank ol ......Proprietors of....- beie leader our many thanks ans Stanford, w trust they wilt continu to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt stteax tion to same, our twenty years' eapensnee is STANFORD, KY. bankur and as liberal accommodations as are coa sisteat with sound banking. Having bought of P. W. Giern his Llverv buscirictoxs: iness and added new buggies snd horses, wc are prepared to furnish J. Williams, ML Vernon; FIRST-CLAS- S . II. Shanks, Stanfotd; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; On short notice. The traveling public will fljd S J. Embry, Stanford; us always ready and willing to turnish Drummers' wagons, either ingl or double, or CarriJ. B.Owsley, Stanford; at very LOW PRICES. The ages of J. F. Cash, Stanford; boys in and around town will also find us the peoWilliam GoochSUnlord; ple to deal with. Slop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and veA. W.'.Carpeater, Mllledgevills, W. If. Cummins, Preachers I lie hicle will be well cared for. YEAGER .V COOPER. S. H. Shanks, President Myers Hous Stable, Stanford, Ky. S7 Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Tel cr A. C. Sine, Successor to K Yeager 8s Cooper, Livery and Feed Stable, TURNOUTS t will carry a general stock of Building Material and by selling FOB, CASH: OXTliX. Will be enabled lo maHs Lower Prices than has ever been offered here. I would call special attention to WIRE and SLAT FENCE Made of la the market. OakPlckets, the cheapest and best fence SPRING.AND SUMMER. 18S Somethingito Beautify the Ladies. -- Dally openining. New Hats, flowers and lacesl We give Ihti assurance to the trade that they wit. find in our' establishment the same excluslveness In style or patterns, hat and bouuets and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we aie known throughout the country. trimmer for the seaI have secured a son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect, fullv solicit your patronage heretofore so literally MI D DUDDLRAR bestjwed. KATE DUDDKRAR. Manager. first-cla- IRON AND STEEL' .ROOFING Mill work at City Prices. ZLSTIEW" YORK Positively Reliable Process worthyjof consideration. WMm The Myers House, PIW. GREEN, Proprietor. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. York City at 4d street depot. NO FERRY TRANSFER. He aure your tick reads via "Dig Four.' E.O. MeCORMACK, Pass. Traffic Mgr. D. P MARTIN. Gen. Pass, and Tlct. Agt. Cincinnati, Ohio. THE ONLY WAY. His eyes wcro heavy In expression and had dellcato streaks of sunrlsoplnk around the edges of tho lids. Ho tried to write, but threw tho pen down and said to a man at another desk: They have Proven a Success. flJHT Life. TO THE CITIZEXTS Of Lincoln County. I n I am still running this Hotel and will continue to give my guests the politest stten--- " wall as the best the market atTurds. Special Attonticn' to tho Traveling Public. Sl II The New NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO "Say, do I look llko a man who had troublo In his homo?" "Well, I don't know about that. But you look as If you had troublo." "I don't want you to think for an Instant that my wifo isn't a cheorful and woman. But I don't manage to come along through life as smilingly as you do, and I want to get a few confidential points from you." "All right. I'll bo glad to toll you any- They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, THE RILEY 'HOUSE F. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. London. 77 - - - Kentucky. FRANK RILKY, Is now n full operation, and invites the attention I have to of the builders of Lincoln county to its material, prepared movedevermy new Hotel and aa better than to accommodate the public Note superior workmanship and low prices. Good Livery attached, and every convenience desired. Give m a call. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Fire. Accident. SOME OF OUR PRICES: TICKETS ALL POINTS: r OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, WEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, "You don't have to go prowling out In tho front yard at 8 to seo that you havon't S0BIH-WE.(HE WEST, K0STH-WE5left tho now lawn mower whore somebody will steal It?" FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. "I haven't had that experience." "And you don't havo to get up again at -- THE BEST ROUTE TO THE 4 to satisfy your wife that you didn't lot tho dog out to got lost when you got up tho tlmq before?" OILMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, ' "Such a thiDg novor happens." SLEEPING AND DINING CAR! "Well, what I want you to toll mo, In confidence it you wlslflt, is how you man-ag- o SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE to avoid MRFOLKWESTERN RAILROA! "Simplest It?" method In tho world." CHCAPCST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. "What Is it?" T, 51 , TEXAS, thing I can." "You never havo to got up at 13 or 1 o'clock at night to sco whother you'vo fastened tho parlor windows as you promised, do you?" "Never." "You don't havo to get up again at,2 to see whether you left tho cellar door unfastened?" i3srsTJiR,.q:oE Your Correspondence is Respectfully Solicited. man's Livery Stable. Office over Baugh- Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at 81.50 per hundred. As low as J1.30 per hundred. All pattern and thicknesses of Ceilingas In yellow Si.se per Has more nice Furniture than was ever in pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low Mora pretty Bugles, Surreys and hundred. Double dressed lumberfinas low aa Ja per yellow pine shlnK lumber, Phaetons. Moiegood Cultivators, Wagons. hundred. Beautitul c. Save money by fclving us you. snd more nice Harness, Bridles, Whips and Plows quarter oak, more Binder Iwino than was ever seen here. Ha in0rder,T E LANCASTER PLANING MILL vites th public to call and see his stock and ret prices. 7j.6ir Perlectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at Sipei hundred. As low as $1.50 per hundred. D. S. CARPENTER,. Hustonvlllo, Ky., Uus-tonvll- le. L""'ta 'THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW FROM OLD M, S, llAUGHHlN. J. W. lUUGIIMAN "No." Crab Orchard Springs. ago, Since their discovery more than a century pleas-tir- e these famous Springs have given nealth and Tourists to a mighty army ol Invalids and from all parts ol tho world. The Springs are M.S.&J.W.Baughman, mormiTOHs H.6.RUPLEY,- - NORTH AND EAST. Now Open for Reception of Guests. Boating, Bowling, Billiards, Dancing, Driving, Fishing. Outdoor Games, Good Music, New Xivery, An Excellent Cuisine, And all that goes to make your visit enjoyable. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. foVratir lZU,,W"11W' If you need livery give us a call. 0Ur Nothing " S" but us HARNESS SHOP Vou will find a good assortment of Harness, dles, Baddies, 4c Have your repairing done Briby Uourer,UadU buHne"' W Ii ReceiTinr Hii Descrlptli Write for Rates. Maps, fcraphlou, to any Station Agent, or to M. T. SAGO. ALLCN HULL, W. O. BlVItU b.'l ruu...rliL DIt. I'UMiiir Ait, Trt.allw Tut. Aa HOAIOKI, TA, J COUBCS,0. BOISOKCTI. Time-Tables, "I Ho." SiJOTT TjAKSIXO. SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Wan anted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Mrs. Stonewall Jackson is in Louisville, tbegueat of Col. Bennett H. Young. me'c&ln Board and Rooms, 13 to $15. per week. Special Rates to Families and Socli ties. BLACKSMITH SHOP. For further Information arply to r.TTH 1IOFMANN. Pron.. Will guarantee work, aodf aatlsfac'orr Crab Orchar d, Ky . prices. Tiy ourhor.M shoer. first-class TERMS MODERATE. " .4 i